Prostate diagnostics

Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men. Prostate MRI is currently the most precise method for determining possible changes. Multiparametric imaging of the prostate makes it possible to detect prostate cancer at an early stage, to rule out its presence with a high degree of certainty or to assess the aggression of a tumor. The patient is given an intravenous MR contrast agent before the examination, which increases the informative value of the examination and confirms the diagnosis. Thanks to the latest technology, the required amount of contrast agent can be significantly reduced. Please note our contrast agent information sheets.

Common uses

Exclusion or evidence of prostate cancer

  • Gaining information about the size and number of lesions and the aggressiveness of the tumor
  • Assessment of the extent of the tumor (limited to the prostate, infiltration of the seminal vesicles)

Make an appointment for an examination

MRI and CT Institute | Surgery Dr. Christian Frisch
  • Gaalerstraße 2a, 8720 Knittelfeld, AUSTRIA

  • Tel.: +43 3512 843 43
  • Fax: +43 3512 843 75
Opening hours institute & surgery
  • Monday & Wednesday:

    07.30 am - 04.30 pm

  • Tuesday, Thursday & Friday:

    07.30 am - 01.00 pm

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